The Inkwell is Armstrong’s student newspaper published since 1935. Editor’s bound edition of volume one (November 1935-May 1936) from College’s first year. Robert McCuen, Alva Lines, Nelta Beckett and extensive staff produced six issues (monthly, 26 pages in all) covering college news, sports, drama, reviews, opinion and more. Highlights: Features on donor Lucy M.C. Moltz, founders, buildings, inaugural events; Hinckley Murphy’s review of All Quiet on the Western Front; Thomas... Topics: student newspaper, Armstrong Junior College, Savannah Ga.
Volume 30, September 24 1965 through August 8th 1966. 10 issues. Last fall/orientation at old campus. Armstrong’s move to Southside campus January of 1966. Student constitution, honor code, and Senate. Jim Squire, editor. Bill Starrs is Masquers’ Director. Miss Geechee competition, Pioneer Day and sports coverage. Gov. Carl Sanders highlights dedication ceremony in March. Topics: student newspaper, Armstrong State College, Savannah Ga
One page blank except for Inkwell masthead, vol/issue, date and text on lower left of first page, including, “Inkwell prints tribute issue…The Inkwell staff has noted an uncommon amount of apathy on the part of ASC students.” Topics: student newspaper, Armstrong State College, Savannah, Ga.
Pioneer Days. Gov. Sanders highlights dedication of Armstrong. Masquer’s “Take Me Along." Tau Epsilon Phi (photo with Malcolm Maclean). Alpha Phi Omega ugliest man contest. Editorials. Questionnaire on additions to student center. Convocation reports including "Ashmore airs rumors." Basketball review. Pep Band. Cigarette machines. Miss Geechee. Topics: student newspaper, Armstrong State College, Savannah, Ga.
Special Freshman Edition includes description of departments, faculty, advisement, orientation, Armstrong history, student organizations, & why college. “A student’s view” by Mary Ann Fields. “HSC (hypothetical student committee) recommend BFA.” Final year as a Junior College. Topics: student newspaper, Armstrong Junior College, Savannah Ga..
April Fool’s Day issue: Ashmore resigns, library joins book of the month club, campus construction to cease immediately, Armstrong football squad beats Univ. of Michigan. Topics: Armstrong State College, student newspaper, Savannah, Ga.
Pat Nafis Miss Geechee (photo.) Senate makes activity fee allocations. “Evening students petition for better course offering.” Dance with Villagers (photos.) “Senate expels member for excessive absences.” Enrollment records. Editorials. Cartoon on student compassion. “Frosh botch food for India campaign.” Frat ruling. Peace Corps survey. Dean’s Advisory council changes form. Senate call for fee hike. “Dear Ann Slanders.” “Summer quarter attendance in wartime is called... Topics: student newspaper, Armstrong State College, Savannah, Ga.
Homecoming, photos of nominees for queen. Check-point pros and cons. SUSGA convention highlights, student government (2 photos.) Letters to editor. Sex education hits campus. Symphony plays Mozart. Circle K. Teresa Rahn (photo.) Greek news. SGA releases budget. Photo: Bill and Laurette will play for homecoming. Goodtimers host basketball benefit. Basketball (2 photos.) Dennie Metzer first place in regional trampoline competition (see error notice from Feb 11th inkwell.) Topics: Armstrong State College, student newspaper, Savannah Ga
SGA elections, largest turnout. “Pirates anticipate good season” (photo.) “New Criminal Justice Department for ‘People.’” Professors’ position on conduct. Marjorie A. Mosley joins Alumni Office (photo.) Editorials. Cartoon on SGA. Hal Suit, local newsman. Parking regulations. Letters to Editor & policy. Baptist Student Union. Film schedule. Geechee (photo.) Poem. “Marines come to ASC.” Alpha Gams do well in elections. Focus on Karen Gwin (photo.) Cross country (photo.)... Topics: Armstrong State College, student newspaper, Savannah Ga
Armstrong’s ATCA presents J.B. Stoner. Ravi Shanker concert (photo.) Clyde Tucker & William Apps to read papers at Phi Alpha Theta. ASC faculty voice opinions on Lane Library adequacy. Doremus speaks on “change” (photo.) Editorials. Student representatives elected to History and Political Science departments. Letters to the editor. Rap session on activity fees. College performance rated by faculty. Photo: Becky Pruitt. Future shuttle bus service to link Savannah colleges. Grassroots... Topics: Armstrong State College, student newspaper, Savannah Ga
The Inkwell is Armstrong’s student newspaper published since 1935. This is volume two (10/23/1936-5/21/1937) bound with issues of Collegiate News in Picture & Program (no dates, from number V). Hoyt Ware, Jeanne Victor and the Inkwell staff produced five issues (55 pages including Collegiate News). Highlights: Stacy Keach’s theater, Coach Shiver’s football, founding of student organizations, naming of yearbook, coverage of student’s dress, reading habits and descriptions... Topics: student newspaper, Armstrong Junior College, Savannah Ga
Ralph Nadar—Gym today. “Who needs money?” SGA finance committee. Marvin Stode of Police Dept spoke to Student Education Assoc. about drug abuse. Photo: student on quad. Ashmore attends PAC council discusses rising junior tests. Paul Robbins chemistry faculty local chairman of Am Chemical Soc. Editorial. Cartoon about activism. Letters to editor. New Library hours. SAC discussions, incl grading. ASC acquires closed circuit TV (2 photos.) Baptist Student Union. Senior class. Alpha Gam. Phi... Topics: Armstrong State College, student newspaper, Savannah Ga
Students elect Dennis Pruitt SGA President, large turnout. SUSGA convention, discuss activity fees, students lead panel. Pro-rated activity fees controversy. ATCA eyes possible speaker, Rep. Hill emphasizes action. Photo: Francis Rich. New advisement policy. ASC briefs. ASC sends delegate to SUSGA. ASC grad new Miss Savannah. ASC signs Savannah’s top high school scorer, Williams is fifth Pirate recruit, Ike Williams (photo.) Baseball (photos.) Bowling, table tennis, & badminton... Topics: Armstrong State College, student newspaper, Savannah Ga
“Nursing Program Assailed by Hospital Authority” nursing shortage. Ronald Bragg Senior class president (photo: Bragg and Waters.) William Easterling travels in France (photo.) “Senate Approves Waters’ Veto” senior parking. Editorial by Clyde Tucker on Bobby Hill. Cartoon on Stinkwell (alt newspaper.) Letters to Editor. Jobs in Europe for students. Focus on Rita Williamson (photo.) “Pant suits invade campus” (photo.) Transitions (marriages.) Rotaract club at ASC. Rotary. Cross... Topics: Armstrong State College, student newspaper, Savannah Ga
Student body ratifies new constitution. Photo: Greek Week. Armstrong hosts drug conference. Sex education professor extends “sit-in” invitation. Biology Dept. receives equipment. ASC schedules chess tourney. Cartoon: Saved from communism. Student regent draws controversy. SGA discusses activity fees. Letters to editor. Masquers’ Don Juan in Hell. Photo: Jo Ann Broussard. ASC will offer day camp. History Society meets Phi Alpha Tetra. Money anyone? Financial aide. Armstrong experiences... Topics: Armstrong State College, student newspaper, Savannah Ga
Masquers’ The Mandrake directed by Hugh Cobb. John Ciardi headlines Lyceum series (photo.) 38 graduate at summer commencement. Photo: John Eidson commencement address. Health Services, Languages become college departments. Enrollment. Editorials. Cartoon about Humphrey and Democratic Party. “The liberal Art” by Clay Doherty.”Demo Convention 1968” Letters to Ed. Lit club announces Focus. Rat week. Photo: Hugh Cobb receives diploma. Masquers’ fall schedule. Photo: Society of Friends... Topics: student newspaper, Armstrong State College, Savannah, Ga.
Lyceum series. Letterman concert. Masquer/Chew Pinter’s The Birthday Party, season. Rat auctions, orientation (photo.) Literary magazine. Editorials. Cartoon on student voting. Scholarship recipients. Letters to editor. Robert Cormack heads Psychology Dept. Lane Hardy Math Dept. Pep Band. “Campus Camp” by Spencer Dillard and Patrick Kelly. Topics: student newspaper, Armstrong State College, Savannah, Ga.
Volume 32: September 27 1967 through May 31 1968. 13 issues. Campus construction continues with science and education buildings, new degrees added. Frank Chew directs Masquers and Coach Alexander becomes head of Athletic Dept. Regular column on athletics “Pirate Patches” by Bill Sanders. ASC and Savannah State football team play for first time, January 17, 1968. 120 four-year degrees granted June 3 1968. Topics: student newspaper, Armstrong State College, Savannah Ga.
SGA election (photo of candidates, named.) Student center under construction (photo.) Brenda Bacon Rat Queen. Rat week. Chew names cast for Chicago and Fourteen Hundred Thousand. Games politicians play by Joe Kelley. Cartoon about brain drain to war. The Liberal Art by Clay Doherty. Editorials. First edition of Focus receives wide acclaim. Lit Club elections. Mrs. DeWitt resigns from Financial Aid. Lyceum policy. Photo: rat week. Intramurals (photo.) Pirate Patches. Students vie for SGA... Topics: student newspaper, Armstrong State College, Savannah, Ga.